Mallard's Lake Community Association
Recent News and Events
Annual Association Board Meeting
Thanks to all who attend November 17, 2021; 7:00 pm. Century 21 Bradley Realty, Inc.; 2928 E. Dupont Road. There will be room for social distancing and masks will be optional.
Fireworks may be discharged only between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. any day except on Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, and New Years Eve when the times are 9:00 a.m. to midnight. It is important to check with local officials, as local ordinances may restrict the use of fireworks. (IN.gov)
FISHING IN PONDS - NONRESIDENTS
If someone sees nonresidents fishing, it is urged that you call the non-emergency sheriff number (449-3000) to report; they will come out.
Neighborhood Association Fees Reminder
Due February 1, 2022
Invoices for 2022 will mailed in December 2021. Approved Annual Association fees for 2022 - $300.00.
Association fees will be due February 1, 2022, with a grace period until February 28, 2022. Our income works hard to cover our general expenses. Prompt payment is greatly appreciated. Please contact our neighborhood management with any questions.
$3.00 per month late fee and $5.00 per month administrative fee will be assessed for delinquent association dues.
ALLEN COUNTY CODE TITLE 8
DOG AND CAT CONTROL ORDINANCE
STATES THE FOLLOWING:
8-14-1-4 Public Nuisance
A dog or cat which 1) interferes with passersby or passing vehicle; 2) attacks other animals or persons; 3) is repeatedly at large or unrestrained; 4) damages private or public property, or 5) barks, whines, howls or makes other sounds common to its species in excess of 30 minutes at a time.
Please pick up any waste from your pet. Residential lots are not dumping grounds for pet waste.
Residents are requested to not leave garbage cans in front of their garage. Cans should be placed inside the garage or at the side of the home with a screen blocking the view of the cans.
Garbage cans should be removed from the curb by the end of the pick up day.
Your opinion is important to the Association Board. What improvements would you like to see in our residential community?
Think Neighborhood Safety!
Drive slowly! Unfortunately, speed limits are not posted in our neighborhood but the law limits the speed to 25mph.
Always be aware of suspicious activities. As a small community, we take comfort in the fact that we all watch out for each other. Report or make known any suspicious activities.
Pay attention to any unexpected safety hazards that may surface. With our neighborhood still in development, often builders will accidentally leave construction sites with exposed hazards.
New LED Bulbs
Mallard's Lake has converted to new LED bulbs. These new bulbs use less energy, last longer and resolve issues as the lamps age. Neighborhood residents have been voicing concerns about street lamps being out on school bus corners, lamps flickering, lack of security light and in general the number of lamps having issues. So after doing some research on AEP agreement and talking to electricians, the board approved switching an initial lamp to LED to see how it would look and get good estimate of cost. At the annual meeting, issues were discussed and residents were asked for their opinion. After listening to concerns and taking into consideration the current/future issues with the street lamps, a decision was made to start converting them to LED as budget allows. We will continue to research and address concerns of brightness on corners/cul-de-sacs where the lights are close to homes.
Comments or Concerns
- Ideas for a neighborhood improvement?
- Suggestions to make our neighborhood a better place?
- Are you concerned with something you have seen?
The Board of Directors can be contacted directly using the Contact Us page.
Comments or suggestions are appreciated.
Who We Are?
Mallard's Lake Neighborhood
Fort Wayne / Leo-Cedarville, IN
Mallard’s Lake Community Association, Inc
6903 Pintail Drake Court,
Ft. Wayne IN 46845
Joe Gilbert, Committee Chairs
Ed McCutcheon, Adam Racine, Committee Members
Any feedback to help improve our neighborhood is much appreciated.